Johnstonella echinosepala (J. F. Macbride) Hasenstab & M. G. Simpson
[Cryptantha echinosepala J. F. MacBride]
Syst. Bot. 37(3): 754. 2012


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Pronunciation:
John-sto-nél-la e-chi-no-sè-pa-la
Etymology:
echinos, "hedgehog or spine," and sepala, "sepal"
Synonyms:
Cryptantha echinosepala J. F. MacBride, Contr. Gray Herb. 56: 57. 1918 (Basionym)
Type:


C. R. Orcutt 15, 1 Mar 1913, MEXICO: Lower California [Baja California Sur]: Magdalena Island
HOLOTYPE: GH 00096294
ISOTYPES: NY 00335198, US 00111044

Treatment from:
Johnston, I. M. 1925. Cryptantha echinosepala. In: The North American species of Cryptantha. P. 45. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Distribution of Johnstonella echinosepala
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Courtesy of Bajaflora.org (2008-11-25)


Specimens examined:
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Large Nutlet
R. Domínguez Cadena 2813
(SD 153717)
One of Four Small Nutlets
R. Domínguez Cadena 2813
(SD 153717)



Four heteromorphic nutlets with calyx.
M. Domínguez León 3867, 4 Mar 2005 (SD 190348)
Large Nutlet
M. Domínguez León 3867, 4 Mar 2005 (SD 190348)
One of Four Small Nutlets
M. Domínguez León 3867, 4 Mar 2005 (SD 190348)



Large Nutlet, Dorsal View
(SD 106211)

Large Nutlet, Ventral View
(SD 106211)

Large Nutlet, Lateral View
(SD 106211)
A. Carter 3894, 20 Mar 1960 (SD 106211)
Location:
25.875, -111.4167



SD 106208

SD 161959